Provides exceptional school-readiness programs, a nutritional
education curriculum, and family support services to at-risk
children which prepares them for success in school and life.
Wild animal urgent care for as many as 4,000 ill, injured and
orphaned patients each year, wildlife rehabilitation hospital,
hotline, education and humane exclusion.
Older people’s health declines dramatically when they are
isolated and lonely. We help our neighbors age well through
access to transportation, socialization, education, and
We offer compassionate, individualized assistance to help our
neediest neighbors obtain nutritious food, affordable housing,
meaningful employment and a voice in their own community.
SPONSORING TRUE ADVOCACY FOR CHALLENGED YOUTH is an organization
advocating for children with special needs and their families
through diverse programs and partnerships.
We are a cultural education/self-image program. Children learn
that drugs, crime, and gangs are not options…education and
making proper choices are.
Providing access to quality child care and early education in
Sonoma County through advocacy, direct service and empowerment.
Resource & Referral hub for parents/providers.
We strive to helps develop Central Valley youth into tomorrow’s
leaders by providing programs that advance growth in: Positive
values Leadership skills Fostering better citizenship
Brain Injury Support – you are not alone. Brain injury, stroke or
consussion, there is a place to go for continued rehabilitation,
education, support and community.
Ritter Center helps low-income residents improve their lives
through free integrated services including case management,
financial assistance, medical and behavioral health services and
Coordinates and purchases services for persons with developmental
disabilities and their families, or infants and toddlers who are
at risk for developmental disabilities.
When animals are in danger. When humans need help for their
animals. When the human-animal bond needs a champion. With your
support, we are there.
We help ease the suffering and neglect of feral and stray
community cats through TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return), daily care,
public education, ongoing colony support and management.
Serving people in Marin County with all types of disabilities to
achieve their maximum level of sustainable independence as
contributing, responsible and equal participants.
As a FQHC, multi-clinic network we provide primary care,
specialty and referral services to more than 35,000 insured and
uninsured Marin County patients annually.
From early education for children in our Migrant Head Start
Programs to assisting homeless individuals locate services and
find permanent housing, CAPMC truly changes lives.
We guide 3,800 individuals (1,000 in Sacramento) in rebuilding
their lives after experiencing homelessness by ensuring stable
housing and a path to self-sufficiency.
Grant “little wishes” to hospitalized children with chronic and
critical illnesses to give them comfort, distraction and joy
while enduring their stay.
Improving the quality of life for individuals with developmental
disabilities by providing a lifetime of compassionate support in
an atmosphere of respect, inspiration and purpose.
We rescue Labs and Lab mixes in CA, provide all vaccinations,
spay/neuter, microchip and address all medical needs. We find
them pre-screened qualified homes.